Dr Moeed

ISLAMABAD, Jan 23 (APP): Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) on National Security Dr. Moeed Yusuf Saturday said Pakistan is beginning talks with new US administration on new dimensions to further enhance the bilateral ties and collaborate on global challenges of common interest.

“Our concerns about India will also be put forth to newly elected US president but our prime focus will be on the issues of global health, investment in Pakistan and others”, he said while speaking to Radio Pakistan’s current Affair program.

He said we are going to adopt a different approach in strengthening Pak-US relations.
There is a possibility of cooperation for the implementation of climate change agreements, he mentioned.

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Pakistan can work as a bridge between the US and China in the evolving global order in the coming years, he hoped.